New GoPro Hero 10 Shoots 4K at 120fps, Claims Improved Stabilization

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The latest GoPro, the Hero 10 Black, has been updated with more pixels, a faster processor, and improved image stabilization.

The latest camera features a 23 megapixel sensor with improved low-light performance, and includes the new GP2 processor which enables 5.3K recording at 60fps. Dialing down the resolution, users can get 120fps at 4K, and a super-slow-mo 240fps at 2.7K.

Mountain bikers in particular will be stoked to hear that GoPro continues to improve image stabilization. HyperSmooth 4.0 promises smoother footage, though we’ve heard that before so we won’t be throwing out our gimbals just yet.

Other notable features include a large touchscreen on the rear for previewing shots and reviewing footage, and also a smaller selfie screen on the front so when you ask your buddy, “Is it on?!?,” they will be able to see a reflection of their thumbs up response.

Pricing for the latest GoPro Hero is set at $499.99, which includes a free 32Gb SD memory card. With a 1-year GoPro subscription, the price drops to $399.99. For more information or to purchase, visit GoPro.com.

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